Test Answers on cells

Cell Reproduction part 2: mitosis and the cell cycle

question why is mitosis important? answer it helps with all forms of growth. it rings the DNA of the first cell exactly to ALL daughter cells. this is how life works! question mitosis answer exact copying of cells; division of the nucleus question haploid answer cell has exactly one copy of all of its DNA. […]

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Cell Cycle and Meiosis

question How many chromosomes are in a human somatic cell? answer 46 question Are somatic cells haploid or diploid? answer diploid question Are germ cells haploid or diploid? answer diploid question Are sperm haploid or diploid? answer haploid question Are gametes haploid or diploid? answer haploid question What are the 2 phases of the cell […]

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Cell Division Proliferation and Reproduction

question Controlled cell death is termed answer Apoptosis question The time it takes for cells to divide answer Depends on the health and environment of the cell question The gonads of females are answer ovaries question Sometimes the gene for blue eye color is in the same gamete as the gene for curly hair, but […]

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Cell Cycle – Regulation of the Cell Cycle – 5.3

question C answer Proteins that bind to cells and stimulate cell division are called A. enzymes. B. kinases. C. growth factors. D. carcinogens. question D answer What is the term for the programmed death of cells? A. kinase B. cyclin C. carcinogen D. apoptosis question A answer Two internal factors that are important in advancing […]

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Cell Bio Lecture 4

question benign tumors answer abnormal proliferation of cells Has the potential to develop into a malignancy, a cancer – step one or two down the multistep pathway leading to cancer missing two key elements of a malignancy: Not invasive – don’t have the ability to leave their specific area and infiltrate into surrounding tissues Lack […]

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Cell Cycle Bio 1330

question Nucleoli are present during _____. answer interphase question Cytokinesis often, but not always, accompanies _____. answer telophase question Chromosomes become visible during _____. answer Prophase question Centromeres divide and sister chromatids become full-fledged chromosomes during _____. answer anaphase question During anaphase, sister chromatids separate and daughter chromosomes migrate to opposite poles. answer anaphase question […]

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Cell Division – Mitosis and Meiosis for Middle School

question What is the cell cycle? answer The regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo. question What are daughter cells? answer The cells that result when a cell divides. question What two-rod structures contain the cell’s DNA? answer Chromosomes question What is a chromatid? answer One of two identical “sister” parts of copied […]

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cell cycle pogil

question g1 answer cell grows by produce more proteins and organelles question s answer dna replication occurs question g2 answer cell prepares for cell division with appearance of centrosomes question m answer mitosis and cytokinesis occurs question in which phase of cell cycle are the cells that do not divide answer g0 question what are […]

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cell notes

Question Answer Cells basic uint of structure and function in living things Structure what an organism is made of and how it is put together Function processes that enable an organism to stay alive and reproduce Cells Theory -all living things are made of cells -cells are the basic uint of structure and function in […]

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cell kinetics

what are the main kinds of cells in the body in terms of growth? which are at most risk of becoming malignant? continously dividing cells (bone marrow, epithelial lining of skin, bronchus, endocrine ducts), latent cells (will regenerate if damaged; liver, renal, glandular epithelial, endothelial fibroblasts, lypmhoctes, chondrocytes, osteoblasts), and static cells (non-dividing such as […]

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cell injury II

what is the definition of necrosis? irreversible death of a living cell including eventual compromise of the cell membrane, some form of inflammation, denaturation of intracellular proteins, removal of the cell, (assuming the body survived, occurs via macrophages/enzymatic digestion) what morphologic changes does a necrotic cell take on in terms of color and phospholipids? increased […]

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cell injury I

what is hypertrophy? seen in non-dividing cells, with typically higher DNA content, caused by increased demand/hormonal stimulation. what is the mechanism of hypertrophy? through signal transduction pathways, (stimulation of gene synthesis -> cellular proteins via increases in transcription and growth factors) what is an example of hypertrophy in skeletal muscle specifically relating to genes usually […]

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cell cooperation for antibody production

what is T cell activation? what else is it called? what is it the first step of what happens when a naive T cell encounters its specific antigen and is stimulated to differentiate into an effector T cell. this is also called T cell priming and it is the first step in any adaptive immune […]

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cell defination

Term Definition Cell a unit that have thing be alive Nucleus shows the way to the active cells Cell Membrane It lets in the resources to the cell and the the bad parts out also it is flexible and thin Organelles the smaller structure in the cell Cell Walls this cell can only be in […]

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Cell quiz – Flashcard

Question Answer Cell mebrane The outside part of the animal cell and next to the cell wall in the plant Nucleus Its the cells brain. Cytoplasm is a jelly like material that fills up part of the cell Mitchondria is a rod like structure that helps supply energy to other parts of the cell Vacuole […]

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Cell Notes

Question Answer Componentes of cell Plasma membrane and cell wall , cytoplasm, organelle Cytoplasm Jelly like substance Nucleus double membrane chromosome and nuclear membrane Nucleus Ribosome Small particles consist of RNA //exist freely in cytoplasm on the surface of rough ER

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Cell Bio Test 3

Organelle A “compartment” with its own enzymes and other specialized molecules Lumen Interior of organelle Nucleus Site of DNA and RNA synthesis Cytoplasm Surrounds nucleus. Contains organells and cytosol Cytosol Makes up a little more than half of cell’s volume. Site of protein synthesis and degradation. Performs cellular intermediate metabolism. Endoplasmic Reticulum Folded membrane. About […]

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Cell Structure

question Cell answer A membrane bound structure that is the basic unit of life question Cell Membrane answer The lipid bilayer that forms the outer boundary of the cell question Cell Theory answer This says that 1. all living things are made of cells, 2. cells are the basic unit of structure and function and […]

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Cell Energy Study Guide

question Autotrophs get energy from answer the sun question Heterotrophs get energy from answer eating food question What does ATP do for the cell answer It’s an energy storing molecule question Does ADP have stored chemical energy usable for the cell answer Yes question What is the difference between ATP and ADP answer ATP has […]

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CELL DIVISION STUDY GUIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

question cell cycle answer the regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo. question Interphase answer the stage of the cell cycle that takes place before cell division occurs; during this stage,the cell grows, copies its DNA, and perepares to divide. question replication answer the process by which a cell makes a copy of […]

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Cell Growth & Division Study Guide

question Cell Division answer Process by which a cell divides into two new daughter cells question Chromosome answer Threadlike structure of DNA. Two proteins that contain genetic information- in eukaryotes chromosomes are found in the nucleus, in prokaryotes they are found in the cytoplasm question Chromatin answer Substance found in eukaryote chromosomes that consists of […]

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